title with confusing words

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Luca Re
Luca Re on 7 Nov 2023
Commented: Steven Lord on 9 Nov 2023
legend([hp1 hp2 hp2_ hp3],'Location','northwest');
if Set.allow_only_oos
sett=strcat(sett,' *** OOS ***');
sett =
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Stephen23 on 9 Nov 2023
I was wondering it is time to retire this default setting.
TeX and LaTex were perhaps relatively well-known and well-used by MATLAB's core user-group forty years ago... but as:
  • more users come from a wider range of backgrounds which have no exposure to the rather arcane (La)TeX,
  • huge advances in character encoding (Unicode), which includes quite a few e.g. superscript and subscript characters that avoid the need for markup.
perhaps it would be simpler to make the "interpreter" default to "none".

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Les Beckham
Les Beckham on 7 Nov 2023
Edited: Les Beckham on 7 Nov 2023
title(sett, 'Interpreter', 'none')
If you read the documentation you will have better luck using Matlab: title
Also, if you are just getting started with Matlab, I would highly recommend that you take a couple of hours to go through the free online tutorial: Matlab Onramp
Luca Re
Luca Re on 9 Nov 2023
Edited: Luca Re on 9 Nov 2023
i've send a report bug..thank
Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 9 Nov 2023
We prioritize translating documentation pages into various languages based on page views. The documentation page for the title function has not yet been translated into Italian.
The mechanism I suggested above, using the text field for feedback that appears after giving the page a number of stars at the "How useful was this information?" prompt, is the recommended way to inform the documentation staff of your interest in having a particular page translated.

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